The future is not set, but our climate pathways are becoming clearer.
Americans could face a horrifically grim future from climate change involving blackouts, disease, thirst, starvation and war.
Did you know that, between 2010 and 2018, SUVs were the second largest contributor to the explosion in global carbon emissions?
Adults use weasel words to impress, confuse, and obfuscate. We have an incredible ability to string together words that mean nothing at all. Kids know better.
Of the nearly 9 billion people in the world, almost one-third live in China and India — two countries with the most polluted cities in the world.
The Lone Star state will produce 10X the amount of oil and gas as Putin's Russia – and, to bring things closer to home, 4X more than Canada.
According to Munich Re AG, insurable losses from fires, floods, and storms doubled last year. By its estimates, climate-related losses topped $140 billion in 2018. Climate costs will skyrocket in the coming decades as the world becomes insufferably hot, crowded, and urban.
It is hard to imagine a more dystopian future than one where seventy-percent of the world lives in military-occupied cities with little food, no water, and burning temperatures.
A recent study defined three core responses to climate change — mitigation, adaptation, and resilience — and explored how city leaders in the UK use them.
Did you know that, on an average day, a city with one million people is about 5°F warmer than the surrounding area? When the sun goes down, that number jumps to 22°F.
After forty years, the climate change community may finally have its opening.
By 2050, an additional 400-plus million Indians — and 255 million Chinese — will live in cities. Along with Nigeria, India and China will account for 35% of global urban growth by 2050.